Customizable IoT button can be programmed to do anything

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Last year, Amazon released its Dash Button, which enables customers to reorder chosen products simply by pressing the small physical device. Now, the e-commerce giant has expanded that concept with the Amazon Web Services IoT Button, another physical button that can be programmed to control any Internet of Things device. The button is aimed at software developers who want to utilize AWS IoT services without having to write device-specific code. Instead they can simply connect the button to wifi and create an Amazon Web Services account. Then, they can program the button to perform different functions in response to different…

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